ERIC Number: ED422713
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
Using Languages Across the Curriculum: Diverse Disciplinary Perspectives. Translation Perspectives X.
Fichera, Virginia M., Ed.; Straight, H. Stephen, Ed.
Translation Perspectives, v10 1997
The collection of essays on use of languages across the curriculum (LAC, LxC) at the State University of New York at Binghamton includes: "Language Resource Specialists as Agents of Curricular Internationalization (An Overview and Evaluation of Binghamton University's LxC Program)" (H. Stephen Straight); "'But Do They Learn French?' (A Case Study of the Language Enhancement Effects of LxC)" (Marilyn Gaddis Rose); "Foreign Languages and the Teaching of United States Immigration History (LxC in History 264: Immigration Ethnicity in U.S. History)" (Thomas Dublin); "Use of Languages across the Curriculum in the Environmental Sciences (LxC in Environmental Studies 101, 201, and 320)" (Peter L. K. Kneupfer, Claudia C. Carabajal); "International Business and Languages across the Curriculum (LxC in IBUS 520: Introduction to International Business)" (George H. Westacott); "Foreign Languages (LxC) and the Understanding of Political Systems (LxC in Political Science 113: Introduction to Comparative Politics)" (James C. Hurban, Benedicte Lochen, Valeri Vassiliev); "Expanding the Global Community: Languages across the Curriculum" (Hurban); "Strategies for Handling Presuppositions in Political Texts" (Vassiliev); "Networking Discourse Communities across the Curriculum (An LAC Journey Toward the Twenty-First Century); "Virginia M. Fichera); "'Dime un Cuento/Tell Me a Story' (LAC in English 385: Children's Literature)" (Jean Troy-Smith); "'What Is This Thing Called Love--Exactly?' (LAC in English 368: Mythology in Literature)" (Denise M. Marshall); "Interdependence, Interaction, and Influence (LAC in Communication 240: Group Interaction and Discussion)" (John Kares Smith); "One Hundred Years of Neglect: The Silence of Language in History (LAC in History 214 and 215: Early and Modern Latin America)" (Carlos Perez); and "The Business Capstone Course: To Change or Not To Change Is No Longer the Question! (LAC in Business 495: Management Policy and Simulation)" (Maria A. Corso). (MSE)
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Capstone Experiences, College Curriculum, Communications, Curriculum Design, Environmental Education, French, Higher Education, History Instruction, Immigrants, Interdisciplinary Approach, International Trade, Language Role, Literature Appreciation, Political Science, Second Language Instruction, Second Languages, Translation, United States History
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Binghamton. Center for Research in Translation.